Larsen Trap-Twin entry :
Our traps are extremely effective for Magpies and crows. Made from heavy gauge welded mesh.
The trap itself is constructed with two trap compartments and an optional call bird section with a fully Galvanised metal roof to protect the call bird from the environment.
Our Larsen traps are designed to work with both bait for catching your first corvid or call bird compartment once you have caught your first call bird.
How the Larsen Trap-Twin entry works:
When a territorial bird enters the vicinity and spots the call bird, they land on the trap and jump onto the wooden split perch to attack the intruding bird. Once the split perch has been landed on, it simply splits in half, releasing the spring mechanism on the door, which slams shut behind the territorial bird. The bird is then trapped until it can be humanely dispatched by the pest controller.
Our Larsen trap comes fully assembled and ready to use, all perches, roof covers and ground anchors are included.
Please see our video in the tutorial section on how to site and use these traps effectively.
Please note that all traps must be checked at a very minimum of every 24 hours as a requirement of law. Failure to do so could result in prosecution. We at Katch-it advise all pest controllers to check their traps at a very minimum of twice daily for both animal welfare and trapping success.
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IN 30 X 30 X 18
*All call birds must be provided food, water and shelter from the elements.
*It is illegal to dispatch any captured bird in front of the call bird.
*This trap should only be used for the trapping of crows and/or Magpies.
*The law dictates that the trap must be secured to the ground, for this purpose, our traps come supplied with ground anchors to prevent any movement once sited.
*If you are trapping in Scotland you must have a tag affixed to each trap with your authorised user number clearly visible.
Katch-it accepts no responsibility for users who use this trap illegally and/or irresponsibly. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure they are using it legally and in conjunction of the terms of the general license.
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